Professor Erica Bree Rosenblum is part of the RIBBITR project, a new, collaborative research institute focused on understanding how amphibians survive infections.
As the earth’s climate warms, residents of affluent nations will find some relief with air conditioning, but people in lower-income countries may have to pay vastly more for electricity or do without cooling, says a new study.
Fire management in California is not seeing the forest for the trees, says a new study by ESPM researchers.
What would it mean to reintroduce woolly mammoths and passenger pigeons now?
Using the ethical theory of utilitarianism would lead to better outcomes for human development, equity, and the climate, says a paper out this week in Nature Climate Change.
Grid constraints could limit equitable adoption of solar energy in California.
Research at two UC Natural Reserves aims to reduce wildfire threats while boosting biodiversity.
New scholars across the university will bolster its research addressing energy equity and climate impacts on communities of color, marginalized, and underrepresented groups.
Rausser faculty, in both the Climate Equity and Environmental Justice and the Native American and Indigenous Peoples cluster hires, are featured in Berkeley News.
Assistant professor of environmental science, policy, and management Christopher Schell co-authored a study published in the journal Global Change Biology.
Recent graduate alum Dave Kurz co-authored a study on shifting Indigenous practices now published in the journal People and Nature.
In a study out today in Nature Communications, researchers at Berkeley and UC Davis explain the movement of infectious plant diseases.
Mary Lesser, a Nutritional Science & Toxicology researcher and lecturer, co-authored a report on the campus-wide program in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior.
With the funding, researchers at Berkeley and the University of Arizona aim to increase Indigenous participation in STEM education.
In a new study, scientists in the Blackman Lab have helped explain how sunlight orientation is connected to plant reproduction and pollination.
In a photo series exhibited on the UC Berkeley Library website, professor Nancy Lee Peluso documents her ethnographic fieldwork.
Researchers in the Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management and Berkeley Forests were featured in a Berkeley News article.
New research, co-authored by professor of energy and resources Dan Kammen, identifies actions to increase affordable, clean electrification across the continent.
Rausser College alumni are part of a team that devised a system that could make analyzing satellite data accessible and affordable for researchers and governments worldwide.
Cooperative Extension specialist Susana Matias co-authored a study published today in the journal Obesity.